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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does microblading last?

Microblading is a semi-permanent procedure, meaning that it will require some maintenance. The initial price does include one touch-up within a two week time frame. After that, it really depends on how your skin takes the pigment and your personal preference. Some individuals prefer a touch up every 6 months while others can go 2-3 years before they feel they need a touch-up.

2. Does the procedure hurt?

At Beauty Mark Brows, your comfort is a top priority. We use a topical anesthetic both before the procedure and during to ensure that it is as pain-free as possible.

3. Will I have to take time off from work?

Absolutely not. With microblading, there is no down time and you can go about your day as you normally would. The only limitations would be staying out of direct sunlight and staying away from anything that would cause your face to sweat while your brows are healing, as both of these could cause the pigment to fade or not take to the skin at all. Any redness you experience should disappear within the first couple of days.

4. WHAT IS MICROBLADING?

MicroBlading is done using a very fine disposable blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis. More superficial than tattooing and impacting color closer to the top skin surface strokes appear and remain crisp and extremely fine.

5. LEARN HOW TO MICROBLADE WITH THE BEAUTY MARK BROWS TECHNIQUE

Microblading … I create hair strokes with pigment and a hand held disposable sterile blade! Putting the finest hairs back into eyebrows with pigment to provide the finest definition and dimension possible. Controlling the shape and symmetry of the browse better than ever before. For the most understated, natural looking, slight enhancement to your brows. This amazing eyebrow treatment suits people who ideally have the wrong brow shape, over plucked, loss of hair/patchy areas that won’t grow back.

MicroBlading is done using a very fine disposable blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis. More superficial than tattooing and impacting color closer to the top skin surface strokes appear and remain crisp and extremely fine.